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World: Atlantic cod supplies expected to drop sharply by 14% next year

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Published Oct 20, 2023

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The global supply of key wild whitefish is projected to be stable in 2024, with a total harvest volume of 7.042 million tons. Alaska pollock, the largest single wild white fish resource, is expected to increase production by 2.8%, while Atlantic cod supply is predicted to decline by 14%. The harvest of Atlantic cod in 2023 is expected to be below 1 million tons for the first time in years, prompting suggestions to further reduce quotas.
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At the 30th Groundfish Forum held in Athens recently, according to data released, the global supply of key wild whitefish is expected to remain stable in 2024. The total global whitefish harvest is expected to be 7.042 million tons, in line with this year’s forecast The estimated harvest volume of 7.043 million tons is almost the same. ​ Alaska pollock, as the largest single wild white fish resource, is expected to increase its production by 2.8% to 3.796 million tons in 2024. In contrast, the supply of Atlantic cod is expected to drop significantly by 14% to 791,000 tons. ​ The Alaskan pollock harvest in the United States and Canada is expected to be 1.495 million tons, an increase of 0.3% from this year. The Russian pollock harvest is expected to increase by 5% to 2.05 million tons. ​ The harvest of Atlantic cod in 2023 is expected to be 921,000 tons, the first time in many years that it will fall below 1 million tons. Scientists suggest that taking into account future ...
Source: Foodmate
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